You must have completed a one-year postgraduate qualification in a relevant discipline, following an undergraduate degree, at a recognised university (or similar institution) and an introductory statistics course. You must also have completed two postgraduate courses in policy analysis, economics of policy, comparative public policy or advanced research skills. You will need a GPE of 5.0.
Four-year undergraduate degrees will be considered where the final year consists of postgraduate-level study.
Relevant disciplines include business, communication, criminology, economics, education, governance, law, media, organisational studies, political sciences, public administration, public health, public management, public policy, public relations, sociology and social work.
If you have not completed an introductory course in statistics you can complete STATS 101 as a Certificate of Proficiency course in advance of starting your MPP or take it concurrently in your first semester of study in the MPP.